by Bryce Covert Dec 1, 2015
The company said it will "evaluate our next step" about its plans to open a store if the city passes a wage increase.
by Katie Valentine Dec 1, 2015
Obama left Paris Tuesday with a hopeful message for the climate talks.
by Kira Lerner Dec 1, 2015
"The overwhelming majority of violent criminals are Democrats," he explained.
by Zack Ford Dec 1, 2015
Robert Lewis Dear's "female" gender designation was a simple clerical error that he actually tried to fix.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Dec 1, 2015
Lawmakers haven't been deterred from using inflammatory rhetoric to target the organization.
by Jessica Goldstein Dec 1, 2015
The family of Durst's first wife, who disappeared almost 34 years ago, is suing the skyscraper scion.
by Jack Jenkins Dec 1, 2015
There have been at least 27 anti-Islam incidents since the Paris attacks.
by Alan Pyke Dec 1, 2015
The man who exposed some of the darkest secrets of the Swiss banking world would spend five years behind bars if he ever returns.
by Lauren C. Williams Dec 1, 2015
A new study titled "Why Following Friends Can Hurt You" explains why Facebook is making you depressed.
by Joe Romm Nov 30, 2015
Bill Gates and other billionaires have announced a new cleantech research and development fund. But can it be truly useful?